Nobu Hotel Warsaw will open its doors on 3 August, representing the first hotel in Poland for Robert De Niro and celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s luxury lifestyle brand Nobu Hospitality.
Situated on Wilcza Street, the creative hub of the city, and a stone’s throw away from the Old Town, Nobu Hotel Warsaw is surrounded by a vibrant urban scene full of trendy wine bars, independent shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants.
The hotel will have 117 sleek and spacious rooms, meeting and event spaces, an expansive fitness centre and an iconic Nobu Restaurant & Café, which opens two weeks earlier on 17 July.
Nobu Hotel Warsaw is a combination of two wings: the ‘classic’ is housed in an Art Deco building, the former Hotel Rialto, which dates back to 1920s inter-war Poland, and the ‘modern’ is an ultra contemporary, new build.
The rooms span classic to ultramodern, representative of Poland’s rampant revival, allowing guests to choose the style to suit their taste. All exude a sense of calm with Japanese design, and those in the contemporary new wing feature floor-to-ceiling windows with either city or skyline views.
The hotel’s flexible 438m² first floor events space provides a stylish setting for large conferences and meetings and can be divided by a mobile wall with acoustic separation, to offer two independent spaces – the Sakura room at 266 m2 and Hikari room at 171 m2. Crushed glass walls allow plenty of natural light and an independent lobby complete with terrace, allows for total privacy. Further meeting rooms with state-of-the-art facilities exist on the same floor.
Poland has been one of the least affected countries by Covid-19 in Europe, but the hotel will still feature “new measures” to ensure guests health and safety.